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tonight. sandhya patel is here with a look at radar this evening. sandhya? >> live doppler 7hd is clearly showing where the rain is falling. crescent city has picked up three inches of rain just today alone. that moisture will be heading down the bay area. it is not here yet, but we want to show you our own radar, and that beam will be showing you where the rain is going. i want to hear about your weather reports. i want to show you the computer animation. rain is moving into the north bay, but it is the northern end of sonoma county. then the rain finally shifts southward. by the lunch hour it is in the north bay, and it will get down here to the rest of the bay area for the afternoon and the evening commute. that's the first. there are two more storms behind this. i will be back with the details in a few minutes. >> thank you, sabd yaw ?ie. deputies from mare raw county came to serve a search warrant on google. they wanted to know who posted this picture on a website hosted by google. it is of the sheriff with the words "wanted, dead or alive." they say that is a threat against the sher
the feds. >> i'm sandhya patel. favor the sunshine and weather. we're going from spring like to cooler to rain. how soon you may need umbrellas. changes are >> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleepworld. >>> scary scene today a window fell in a building in sacramento. it happened in a building the board of equalization uses near the state capitol at 4th and n street. police cordoned off the area after this glass fell eight stories. no one was hurt but the large chunk of glass could have injured someone, maybe worse. california has spent $15 million to fix windows remove mold and repair the building. >> you may soon need a prescription in california for many popular cold medicines. lawmakers considering a bill making the drugs a controlled substance. >> challenge we have in california and leading exponent of crystal meth in the united states. >>. >> state senator says they'll have plenty of choices and says there are 130 cold remedies that do not contain the drug and a smoking ban is on hold tonight while lawmakers consider weeding out marijuana. the ordinance outlay laus sm
. >> we begin our coverage with meteorologist sandhya patel. it is really coming down out there. >> yes, dan, carolyn, the camera is shaking behind you. the wind is picking up as well and the rain has been soaking the bay area. let me show you live doppler 7hd and you can see where the heaviest rain is falling. as we pan around it is starting to move out of the north bay. they are reporting very heavy rainfall right now. but the heaviest rain as you can see clearly here on live doppler 7hd is indicated in the yellows around concord and livermore and alamo, out toward fremont and even the south bay and san jose. san mateo and the peninsula is getting clobbered with heavy rain. the santa cruz mountains has already picked up more than four inches of rain, and you can see where it is. let's show you the rainfall tote will tas here. 4.5 in ben low man and santa rosa and mill valley is almost 3.5. over an inch in san francisco. livermore, a third of an inch. and here are your wind gusts. it has been gusting out of the southwest. gusting to 53 miles an hour at sfo. hang on tight. there are a c
of standing water on the roads right now jie. and there is more coming all weekend. sandhya patel is tracking it for us. >> that's right, dan and carolyn. i want to show you live doppler 7hd so you can see where the rain is. it is starting to let up in places like ukiah. we are still seeing pockets of rain napa toward fairfield and downpours in the east bay, san francisco, the peninsula. it is clearing indicating that it is widespread. gusts from 25 to 45 miles an hour. it is windy in spots, but some heavy rain falling in this area, and right around the monterey bay and san jose you can see some steady moderate and heavy rain coming down. in the sierra, nevada it has been raining in the tahoe area all day long. and it is still heavily raining right now. as you can see here some of this has switched over to snow. i want to show you a time lapse from our heavenly camera. 8300 foot elevation. yes, we picked up a little snow but it is way high up there. freezing level is 8000 feet. most is falling in the for
here perhaps in the bay area. >> we are hoping. meteorologist sandhya patel is keeping a close eye on it for us. >> perhaps is the underling word here as we head into the middle of the week. dan and carolyn, we could be seeing some snow in the sierra nevada. there is a chance on wednesday and some rain in the bay area. before we get to that, i want to show you a you report photo. people are enjoying this lovely weather. salmon fishing submitted by bee winters. you can see how gorgeous it was with the clear skies and mid to upper 20s this morning in the coldest locations. we are headed for another cold night ahead. this afternoon, nice recovery. 67 degrees in fairfield, oakland, redwood city. close to 70 degrees in santa rosa, cloverdale and a pretty warm day in livermore as well. at least by winter's standards. 69 there. 66 in san jose. mid60s in places like half moon bay and san francisco. another you report photo. this is flying high in the sky in sonoma county and submitted by suzanne to "you report." it was hazy and with the haze with us it is a spare the air as we head into to
yaw patel is here now with another freeze warning for us. sandhya? >> that's right, carolyn. the freeze warning is limited to a specific area, and i will talk about that in a moment. the current readings are higher than where they were last night at this time. it is above freezing. livermore is above freezing. the clouds are moving in, and they are holding the temperatures up and providing a blanket affect. the freeze warning is going until 9:00 a.m. on wednesday. it cuferz the salina -- it covers the salinas valley. you could see some freeze damage to sensitive plants. watch out for patches of ice especially on the bridges and overpasses. as you look at the overnight readings they are coming into the upper 20s for fairfield and livermore and down below freezing in napa. right down to freezing and 32 in santa rosa, san jose and santa cruz. but here is what is coming. it is a major change of the rain is already moving into crescent city. the dry spell that has been going on for a long period of time here in the bay area is about to transition to a stretch of rainy days. more
's going to arrive, sandhya patel has information on that. >> very soon. and there is going to be rain here, look at this view. it's just brown there. is not much snow up there. snow pack is 10% of the normal. laugh year 112% of normal. we're expecting a couple feet which is what you're looking at so get ready. just enjoy the snow. and there is another live picture looking west. sunsetting and we saw sun today. there is a chance of rain today but not happening just yet. it's up towards crescent city. you can see they've been getting rain, over two inches so far. mountains with snow there. and winter storm warnings until tomorrow morning so... that is above 2000 feet. cold weather coming our way. we'll see cold in terms of snow and some rain here, soon. and mostly and we're looking at weather to begin, tomorrow snow, arrives and it's going to continue right throughout the weekend. so storms have been deflected for now. there is a jet stream going to start to move towards us. and this is a stronger storm due here friday afternoon and into evening hours. here is the timing of the system. tonig
area. >> we are hoping. meteorologist sandhya patel is keeping a close eye on it for us. >> perhaps is the underling word here as we head into the middle of the week. dan and carolyn, we could be seeing some snow in the sierra nevada. there is a chance on wednesday and some rain in the bay area. before we get to that, i want to show you a you report photo. people are enjoying this lovely weather. salmon fishing submitted by bee winters. you can see how gorgeous it was with the clear skies and mid to upper 20s this morning in the coldest locations. we are headed for another cold night ahead. this afternoon, nice recovery. 67 degrees in fairfield, oakland, redwood city. close to 70 degrees in santa rosa, cloverdale and a pretty warm day in livermore as well. at least by winter's standards. 69 there. 66 in san jose. mid60s in places like half moon bay and san francisco. another you report photo. this is flying high in the sky in sonoma county and submitted by suzanne to "you report." it was hazy and with the haze with us it is a spare the air as we head into tomorrow. the temperatures
patel is here -- sandhya patel is here with a look at that for us. >> it will be a huge change when it gets here, and it will be the middle to latter part of next week. we are looking at the possibility of rain here and snow in the sierra nevada. it is a major shift from what we have been dealing with. we had record highs today. richmond 69 and 73 in hollister. it tied the previous record. it is january 13th and 81 degrees in salinas. unbelievable. 68 in san jose. it is 65 for you in san francisco. near 70 degrees in santa rosa. the numbers right now are falling. it is going to be cold again. you can see clearly why. clear skies and 37 for fairfield and 38 in santa rosa. we have low 40s in concord and livermore and moffett field as well and mountain view. here are the highlights. chilly tonight and mild tomorrow. sharply cooler for sunday. a potentially wet pattern is setting up for the middle to latter part of next week. it is a major change as i mentioned, and it is going to take us some time to get used to. it since the last time we saw rain was december 30th as far as measurable
meteorologist sandhya patel is here with the much needed forecast. >> the much-needed rain will arrive as early as tomorrow. i will show you where in a moment. this morning, did you feel the chill? we have numerous records. 23 in napa and 29 in san jose. these were all new records. records tied for this day, santa cruz 26, moffett field 2 night and richmond 33 degrees. but it was plenty cold in other areas. you can see there fairfield is down to 18°. i want to show you some you report photos. this is the morning chill in antioch. it is submitted by chris. as you can see there it is 29° in antioch. that's what this read here. it was chilly no doubt about it. and this was submitted by russell m to you report. it was so cold in the potter valley area, 18° and the second day in a row, and that part of the river froze over. i can see cold. >> it is not going to be that cold tomorrow morning, and as you look here, the temperatures are already running higher than yesterday at this time as we had some clouds moving in. that will keep us insulated. 33 in napa and 35 in mountain view. here are the hig
hall. and there is sandhya patel. >> i want to show you live doppler 7. you'll see it's covering the bay area. there are holes there. most of the bay area getting wet now. and let's show where we're seeing moderate rainfall. in the north bay we're seeing some moderate rainfall here,
patel is here -- sandhya patel is here with a look at that for us. >> it will be when it change when it gets here, and it will be the middle to latter part of next week. we are looking at the possibility of rain here and snow in the sierra nevada. it is a major shift from what we have been dealing with. we had record highs today. richmond 69 and 73 in hollister. it tied the previous record. it is january 13th and 81 degrees in salinas. unbelievable. 68 in san jose. it is 65 for you in san francisco. near 70 degrees in santa rosa. the numbers right now are falling. it is going to be cold againseey you can see clearly why. clear skies and 37 for fairfield and 38 in santa rosa. we have low 40s in concord and livermore and moffett field as well and mountain view. here are the highlights. chilly tonight and mild tomorrow. sharply cooler for sunday. a potentially wet pattern is setting up for the middle to latter part of next week. it is a major change as i mentioned, and it is going to take us some time to get used to. it since the last time we saw rain was december 30th as far as measura
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